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Manuel Antonio National Park


 Manuel Antonio Beach Costa RicaThis region of the country offers perfect topical beaches, rainforst and world class sportsfishing. The town of Quepos has resturants, shops, supermarkets, banks and other local needs making it the most important town in the area.

Just a few minutes away from Quepos are the beaches of Espadilla and the famous National Park of Manuel Antonio. Breathtaking vistas of the Pacific coast are offered in the many open cafes and hotels found on the hill top.

Driving time from San Jose is 3 ½ hours, but there are other options on how to get to Manuel Antonio. You may choose to fly to Quepos in just 20 minutes from San Jose, or take a shuttle bus that will have a driver take you door to door, or take the local public bus for a cultural expierence to remember.

Map of Manuel Antionio Beach

When traveling to Manuel Antonio make sure to pack thinking on a beach destination & much, much, more ! Some of the attractions that we have make it very common for visitors to stay longer than you would in many areas of the country. Our Mountains, Rivers, Paficic Ocean and the miles of canals make it an outdoor heaven to explore. Some of the highlights that you will want to be a part of are; Whitewater Rafting, Canopy Zip – lines, Horseback Riding, Waterfall hikes, Sea Kayaking, Natural History Hikes, Diving & Snorkeling, Catamaran cruise, Mangrove Kayaking and more ! Bring shorts, t-shirts, hiking shoes, river sandals, light jackets, swimming gear, lots of sun protection, camara, and plenty of energy. If this is too much for some of you, then just think of relaxing in the tropical sun on our beaches or in ne of the many hotels to chose from in Manuel Antonio.

Resturants and bars offer great seafood, local cusine and fun entertainment. Quepos has a variety of places to dine and enjoy the local atmosphere. Live music, ice cream parlors, a few blocks to shop for local art and crafts are found in Quepos. The road to Manuel Antonio also has many options for dining, many of the hotels offer quality dining and bars. There is plenty to offer in choices of where to eat in Quepos & Manuel Antonio.
waterfall at river rafting in quepos
Manuel Antonio National Park’s 683 hectares boast some of the country’s most varied and breathtaking scenery. Surrounded by lush, very wet tropical forest, the park’s trails offer sightings of white-faced monkeys, sloths, coatis, raccoons, iguanas and many bird species, as well as the Costa Rican squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii citrinellus), which is endemic to Manuel Antonio—that is, it is found only in this part of the world. Increasingly endangered, at last count these monkeys numbered only 1,500.
The park also protects 12 islands that serve as excellent refuges for several seabird species, as well as several stunning beaches (Espadilla Sur, Manuel Antonio and Puerto Escondido), a 14-hectare lagoon and a mangrove swamp. Connecting Manuel Antonio and Espadilla Sur beaches, Punta Catedral is a place of great natural beauty. Visitor services include information, a park ranger station, trails, restrooms, drinking water, signage and several natural viewpoints.

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